November 12th, 2012
03:35 PM ET
[Editor's Note: The following post contains iReport movie review videos, which may be considered spoilers.]
Moviegoers - many of whom were fresh from midnight screenings - took to iReport to post their movie reviews on video.
Trevor Dougherty, a student in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, called the movie "glorious," not to mention "super-fantastic."
He was surprised at two major points in the movie, saying it was "full of surprises, and wonderfully unpredictable." He was also blown away by the cinematography.
Movie critic Brett Martin of Atlanta called it "Bond at his best."
"The opening chase seen may be the best ever, and it sets the tone for a really good spy thriller and pure Bond fantasy," he said.
Martin - who ultimately gave the movie five out of five - felt that we learned more about Bond than in any other previous movie.
It wasn't all praise however. Big 007 fan Joyce Chow is not too fond of the entire series of Daniel Craig Bond movies, saying they are too much like the "Bourne" movies.
Without getting into spoilers, the Los Angeles-based iReporter cited many things done in the movie "which would be unheard of by the Ian Fleming 'King and Country' James Bond."
She considers this movie a "jump the shark" moment.
Rajiim Gross, on the other hand, was with the pro-"Skyfall" camp, big time.
He praised the "the stunts, photography and scope" of the film.
"If you're a Bond fan, it's a definite must-see film!"
The Fort Thomas, Kentucky resident awarded the film a grade of A.
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